SUNY Oswego News

Thu Sep 02, 2004
Multicultural leadership conference set for September

The 2004 ALANA Student Leadership Conference set for Sept. 16 to 19 on campus will provide workshops, distinguished speakers and musical performances to SUNY Oswego students and others who attend.

Wed Sep 01, 2004
Ying Quartet to launch Ke-nekt' series

imageSUNY Oswego’s new Ke-nekt’ chamber music series will begin with a performance by the Ying Quartet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, in the ballroom of Sheldon Hall on campus.

Wed Sep 01, 2004
Native American performer to host residency

imageNative American singer, songwriter and visual artist Bill Miller will perform, tell stories and lead workshops during a residency starting on Sept. 14 at SUNY Oswego.

Wed Sep 01, 2004
New faculty member to perform recital

imageNew SUNY Oswego music faculty member Angela Space will introduce her saxophone skills to the community with a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
Artswego series to offer performances for campus, community

imageThe Artswego Performing Arts Series will bring a range of music, dance and cultures to SUNY Oswego beginning in September.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
Alumni couple boosts public justice program

imageAn alumni husband and wife who have helped turn people’s lives around in the state of Colorado have returned to their roots to help students in SUNY Oswego’s public justice program.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
GE lends energy to Fall Classic

imageThe Oswego State Fall Classic, set for Sept. 9 and 10, again welcomes GE Energy as a Presidential Level Sponsor.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
Constellation supports Fall Classic

imageConstellation Energy has again pledged its support as a major sponsor of the Oswego State Fall Classic. The 15th annual Fall Classic will take place Sept. 9 and 10 on campus and in the community.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
Oswego joins Teaching American History project

More than 100,000 students throughout the Finger Lakes may see changes in how they learn about history, thanks in part to the efforts of SUNY Oswego faculty members.

Wed Aug 25, 2004
New science facility to open 'really hot field'

A National Science Foundation grant of nearly $250,000 will create a new proteomics and mass spectrometry facility at SUNY Oswego that will open up opportunities for faculty and students in a growing field of scientific and medical research.

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